List of CTF sites

12 February 2024 3 minutes Author: Cyber Witcher

Readers will learn about the variety of platforms and sites for CTF, which offer challenges for all tastes and levels of difficulty, from beginners to experienced professionals. We’ll provide an overview of the essential tools needed to compete successfully, including analytics software, code dissection and analysis tools, and networking and encryption tools.

Lists of CTF sites

FreeHackQuest

FreeHackQuest – cyber security learning platform with many interactive tasks and CTF competitions.

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Root-me

A platform for everyone interested in cyber security, with a large number of tasks and challenges on various topics.

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ImmersiveLabs

A platform for learning through hands-on experience in various aspects of cyber security.

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CmdChallenge

CmdChallenge – unique platform where participants complete tasks using the command line.

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Hacking-Lab

An online cybersecurity training and education platform that hosts competitions and courses.

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AttackDefense

A platform that offers simulations of real attack and defense scenarios to train cyber security skills.

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Capture The Flag

A general term for a cyber security competition where participants complete tasks to earn “flags”.

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HackThisSite

A project designed to teach users the elements of web security through a series of interactive tasks.

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W3Challs

A learning platform that offers realistic challenges in web security, cryptography, programming.

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CryptoPals

CryptoPals – set of tasks focused on cryptography and cryptanalysis. They are aimed at the practical application of cryptographic principles.

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HackSplaining

An educational resource offering interactive security lessons for software developers, focusing on vulnerabilities and their remediation.

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HackUCF

Cyber Security Club at the University of Central Florida, offering resources and competitions for students interested in cyber security.

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TryHackMe

A platform offering interactive learning modules to develop cybersecurity skills through problem solving and working with virtual machines.

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VulnHub

VulnHub – resource for practicing penetration testing and cybersecurity, providing vulnerable machines for local download and testing.

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Hack The Box

A popular penetration testing platform with a large number of virtual machines and tasks that simulate real-world vulnerabilities and attack scenarios.

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Pwnable

Pwnable – platform focused on solving tasks of the “pwn” type, that is, the exploitation of binary programs. The challenges here are aimed at understanding vulnerabilities at a low level.

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PicoCTF

CTF is a platform focused on the education of schoolchildren and students. It contains game challenges that cover many aspects of cyber security, from cryptography to reverse engineering.

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CTFlearn

An online platform for training through CTF tasks, suitable for both beginners and experienced professionals. Assignments cover a wide range of topics from cryptography to web security.

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